Small Media: National Fabric

Small Media: National Fabric
October 12, 2015 Calverts_123

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SM-inner2In 2014 we printed Heretics, a report tracing the growth of Iran’s digital faith communities. It revealed how religious minorities in Iran were making use of digital platforms to bypass government restrictions on freedom of expression.

Now National Fabric shifts the focus to ethnic and linguistic communities living in the Islamic Republic today and their innovative online methods for counteracting state discrimination.

With a simple mono design throughout and an intricate blind emboss on the cover this latest report from Small Media is both understated and spectacular.

 

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